By Hanna Williams.

Stuck at home still? You might as well start that podcast you’ve been talking about for years.

If you don’t know where to begin, no worries. Thankfully, there are a multitude of courses online designed to help get started. One of our favorites is the Podcast Like a Boss course, which is designed to teach you everything you need to know in order to launch your podcast – from ideation to monetization.

You will start by fleshing out the purpose of your podcast, defining your point-of-view, and discovering who your listeners are. You will then move onto formatting, creating compelling content, and learning editorial boundaries in order to better your podcast. Once you have all this figured out, you will dive into all the tech and logistics – from learning how to record and edit to delivering your podcasts with total ease.

One of the best parts about this bundle is that you won’t be learning from just anyone. In fact, this seven-module masterclass is taught by four experts in the field: Kathleen Shannon, the founder of a boutique branding and consultancy agency in which she has helped thousands of creatives successfully (and authentically) brand and position themselves to their audience; Emily Thompson, a long-time business coach who helps retailers, makers, coaches, and designers develop an online business model that keeps them growing; Paul Jarvis, a designer and writer who has worked with everyone, from Steve Nash and Shaquille O’Neal to Microsoft and Mercedes-Benz; and Jason Zool, an entrepreneur and author who is best known for creating one of the first social media marketing companies, IWearYourShirt.

Between the four of them, they have created podcasts that have sat atop the rankings of Apple Podcasts, amassing over 7.5 million downloads while also generating nearly $1M in revenue. With them as instructors, you will be in great hands.

You can score lifetime access to this training for only $59.99 – a whopping 72% off its usual cost.

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By Hanna Williams.

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